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  • Here she is, Goats and Oats, all stamped and pretty! Even though it’s unscented, I can smell the hint of cocoa from the cocoa butter. I can’t wait to see how it feels! Has anyone used a goat’s milk bar? Could you feel a difference? It’s so hard to wait 6 weeks for soap to cure! 🐐❤️
  • Here she is, Goats and Oats, all stamped and pretty! Even though it’s unscented, I can smell the hint of cocoa from the cocoa butter. I can’t wait to see how it feels! Has anyone used a goat’s milk bar? Could you feel a difference? It’s so hard to wait 6 weeks for soap to cure! 🐐❤️
  • 555 37 17 January, 2020
  • A stack fo three crackle glazed bowls, thrown with rounded forms compared to those I usually make that are more shallow and flared.

I’ve always liked throwing the same shapes over and over again, refining forms, seeing what it is I like between iterations and so on. One of the largest things I took away from spending six months working in Ken Matsuzaki’s studio was the sheer breadth of forms he made, it was astounding. One of the hardest parts of being a potter is making a style that’s completely recognisable as yours, and nobody else’s. You want the onlooker to know immediately who made it but that’s relatively difficult to do whilst maintaining a simple aesthetic.

Simple is what I like, it always has been. Clean surfaces, not too much adornment and above all, as my path as in ceramics has influenced, good craftsmanship. I always wanted to learn as much as possible during my six years of education and that led me to try numerous types of firing, different clays and glazes and different wheels. I don’t know what I’ll learn over the next year in my studio, I presume most of my newly acquired knowledge will be business based as opposed to making based as with new financial targets to continually chase, bills and so forth those have been at the forefront of my mind ever since signing the lease.
  • A stack fo three crackle glazed bowls, thrown with rounded forms compared to those I usually make that are more shallow and flared.

    I’ve always liked throwing the same shapes over and over again, refining forms, seeing what it is I like between iterations and so on. One of the largest things I took away from spending six months working in Ken Matsuzaki’s studio was the sheer breadth of forms he made, it was astounding. One of the hardest parts of being a potter is making a style that’s completely recognisable as yours, and nobody else’s. You want the onlooker to know immediately who made it but that’s relatively difficult to do whilst maintaining a simple aesthetic.

    Simple is what I like, it always has been. Clean surfaces, not too much adornment and above all, as my path as in ceramics has influenced, good craftsmanship. I always wanted to learn as much as possible during my six years of education and that led me to try numerous types of firing, different clays and glazes and different wheels. I don’t know what I’ll learn over the next year in my studio, I presume most of my newly acquired knowledge will be business based as opposed to making based as with new financial targets to continually chase, bills and so forth those have been at the forefront of my mind ever since signing the lease.
  • 5,792 46 18 January, 2020
  • HATI PLANT BAR ➰
These beauties have now been restocked!! Limited stock available. .

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  • HATI PLANT BAR ➰
    These beauties have now been restocked!! Limited stock available. .

    Afterpay -Square -PayPal

    Online Store open 24/7 🌵

    _____________________________________
    @yakandyetitrader ~Curator
    @soulofgerringong ~Location
    @villastyling ~photographer
    ______________________________________
  • 169 7 17 hours ago
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Hamur ile uğraşmak ne büyük bir terapi anlatamam. 
Evde ekmek yaparken; ofisten gelince koşa koşa mutfağa girip ekşi maya ekmek hamuru yapardım. Sonra gece yarısına kadar hamuru katla, şekil ver vs
Ertesi sabah kalk pişir, hazırlan yine ofise git...
Bakmayın öyle basit durduğuna, evde de yapsanız bayağı meşakkatli ve yorucu bir uğraş...
Bir süre sonra kendi kendime ‘Neden akşamları bu kadar yorgunluğun üzerine gelip bu eziyeti çekiyorum?’ diye sordum. 
İşte o zaman farkettim terapi olduğunu...
Bu tam 3 yıl sürdü...
Sonrası malum
.
• P E L İ N’ İ N  E K M E Ğ İ • .
#neyaparsanyapaşkileyap
  • .
    Hamur ile uğraşmak ne büyük bir terapi anlatamam.
    Evde ekmek yaparken; ofisten gelince koşa koşa mutfağa girip ekşi maya ekmek hamuru yapardım. Sonra gece yarısına kadar hamuru katla, şekil ver vs
    Ertesi sabah kalk pişir, hazırlan yine ofise git...
    Bakmayın öyle basit durduğuna, evde de yapsanız bayağı meşakkatli ve yorucu bir uğraş...
    Bir süre sonra kendi kendime ‘Neden akşamları bu kadar yorgunluğun üzerine gelip bu eziyeti çekiyorum?’ diye sordum.
    İşte o zaman farkettim terapi olduğunu...
    Bu tam 3 yıl sürdü...
    Sonrası malum
    .
    • P E L İ N’ İ N E K M E Ğ İ • .
    #neyaparsanyapaşkileyap
  • 727 25 17 January, 2020

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  • Artisan cheese making or yet another hobby. My take on French Cantal made with raw milk from a farm in Winchester and Camembert made with a shop bought milk. All happily maturing now in my new cheese / wine cave. #cantal #camembert #cheese #rawmilk #artisan #cda
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  • #artisan #coldporcelain #handmade #pendants #crystal #creative

Colgante de cristal con casita de porcelana fría con detalle de esfera de cristal. Árbol tallado en madera y suelo con musgo natural. Puede ir sobre una base o colgarse de un soporte de metal (4 € adicionales al precio)

Crystal pendant with small house made of cold porcelain with glass sphere detail. Tree carved of wood and soil with natural moss. You can go on a base or hung on metal support (€ 4 added to the price)

Precio / price 25 €
  • #artisan #coldporcelain #handmade #pendants #crystal #creative

    Colgante de cristal con casita de porcelana fría con detalle de esfera de cristal. Árbol tallado en madera y suelo con musgo natural. Puede ir sobre una base o colgarse de un soporte de metal (4 € adicionales al precio)

    Crystal pendant with small house made of cold porcelain with glass sphere detail. Tree carved of wood and soil with natural moss. You can go on a base or hung on metal support (€ 4 added to the price)

    Precio / price 25 €
  • 1 0 13 hours ago
  • Qui aime mieux les foulards infini aux foulards conventionnels ?
  • Qui aime mieux les foulards infini aux foulards conventionnels ?
  • 0 1 13 hours ago
  • Available 
Another of my beloved vintage Brutalist rings which is just too large, the “buy before you look” mentality I have is expensive! This is a gorgeous size 8, sterling free-form, studded with the most brilliant fire opals.  The color flashes are extraordinary in such a small size, about 3.5mm. It graduates from the face 1 1/8 down to 1/2 back.  It’s constructed with the back being flat for a very comfortable fit.  Have never polished it, nor is it “misshapen”, as with all artisan in this genre, it exercises It’s freedom of expression! Perfect to me! It actually has@somewhat of an Art Nouveau look on the side.  Unmarked but absolutely sterling 925, & went ahead & acid tested it so no questions.  Wish I could wear it! 
Please DM if interested.
Thank you so much!
#brutalist #brutalistring #opalring #sterlingsliveropalring #opalring #artisan #artisanjewelry #oneofakind #oneofakindjewelry #modernistjewelry #handmadejewelry #opals #fireopalring #advancedvintagestyle
  • Available
    Another of my beloved vintage Brutalist rings which is just too large, the “buy before you look” mentality I have is expensive! This is a gorgeous size 8, sterling free-form, studded with the most brilliant fire opals. The color flashes are extraordinary in such a small size, about 3.5mm. It graduates from the face 1 1/8 down to 1/2 back. It’s constructed with the back being flat for a very comfortable fit. Have never polished it, nor is it “misshapen”, as with all artisan in this genre, it exercises It’s freedom of expression! Perfect to me! It actually has@somewhat of an Art Nouveau look on the side. Unmarked but absolutely sterling 925, & went ahead & acid tested it so no questions. Wish I could wear it!
    Please DM if interested.
    Thank you so much!
    #brutalist #brutalistring #opalring #sterlingsliveropalring #opalring #artisan #artisanjewelry #oneofakind #oneofakindjewelry #modernistjewelry #handmadejewelry #opals #fireopalring #advancedvintagestyle
  • 3 0 13 hours ago
  • Introducing the new rye, our vegan caraway loaf. Happy farmers market shopping! 👩🏼‍🌾
  • Introducing the new rye, our vegan caraway loaf. Happy farmers market shopping! 👩🏼‍🌾
  • 8 1 13 hours ago
  • Sunday's = side hustle time 🤙
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I have been very busy with moving to Bristol and starting a new job that I sadly haven't had time to work on my jewellery. But now it's time to start working on what I love and get back into it. So watch this space 😄🥂
  • Sunday's = side hustle time 🤙
    .
    I have been very busy with moving to Bristol and starting a new job that I sadly haven't had time to work on my jewellery. But now it's time to start working on what I love and get back into it. So watch this space 😄🥂
  • 2 3 13 hours ago